Edinburgh Fringe To Do List - Free 1 Page PDF Guide

Edinburgh Fringe To Do List – Free 1 Page PDF Guide

Our famous free Edinburgh Fringe 1 page PDF guide is back, featuring the best shows, how to get cheap tickets and what’s hot at the Fringe this year!

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VENUES TO WATCH

Assembly Rooms – New owners, new rules. George Street is the place to be.

Summerhall – Visual arts a go-go, always a surprise around every corner.

OUR TO DO LIST FOR THE FRINGE

All That is Wrong – Traverse Theatre | 2-12 August (Not 6) | Various Times

Ontroerend Goed present the final part of their Renegade trilogy.

BBC Edinburgh Fringe Shows – Various Locations | Various Dates | Various Times

Free variety shows including Filthy Cabaret. Register at bbc.co.uk/tickets

Carnival of Crows – Laughing Horse Free Fringe @ The Free Sisters | 3-24 August (Not 4, 11, 18) | 13:30

Puppetry, poetry, macabre cabaret and comedy

Deirdre and Me – C venues – C nova | 2-27 August (Not 14) | 18:45

Tale of Susan White, a lady obsessed with Deirdre Barlow.

Eccentronic Presents: We Won’t Rock You – Laughing Horse @ Espionage | 2-12 August | 19:30

Irreverent musical comedy.

Festival of the Spoken Nerd – Venue 150 @ EICC | 1-7 August | 20:30

Stadium-scale geekfest.

Guilt & Shame: Up All Night – Underbelly, Cowgate | 2-26 August (Not 13, 20) | 23:45

Rude, lewd and oh so crude.

La Clique Royale – The Queen’s Selection – The Famous Spiegeltent | 3-26 August (Not 6, 13, 20) | 21:30

The best variety show in town in the gorgeous Spiegeltent.

Leather – C venues – C nova | 2-27 August (Not 14) | 22:25

Edgy, urban thriller.

Loretta Maine: Bipolar – Just The Tonic at The Caves | 2-26 August (Not 14) | 18:00

Pippa Evans plays an outrageously funny psycho Country and Western singer.

Lou Sanders: And Now for a Nice Evening With Wallan – Pleasance Courtyard | 1-26 August (Not 15) | 21:30

Surrealist comedienne du jour.

Katherine Ryan: Nature’s Candy – Gilded Balloon at Third Door | 1-27 August (Not 13 & 26) | 15:15

Astutely filthy comedienne supremo. We love this lady!

Magfest – Our Dynamic Earth | 26-27 August | Various Times

Get into print with the incredible Magfest at the foot of Arthur’s Seat.

Mark Watson’s Edinborolympics – Pleasance Courtyard | 15-21 August (Not 17) | 23:00

Team standup Olympics style.

Meat – Paradise in The Vault | 4-19 August (Not 13) | 18:40, 19:10

Delicious dark comedy about a secret university society.

Mike Oldfield’s Tubular Bells For Two – Assembly George Square | 2-27 August (Not 13 & 20) | 21:00

One album. Two men. Too many instruments.

Miriam Margolyes – Dickens’ Women – Pleasance Courtyard | 8-25 August (Not 14 & 21) | 14:30

MM plays 23 of Dickens’ best known heroines, brow-beating old harridans, men & midgets.

Mitch Benn: Reduced Circumstances – The Stand Comedy Club III & IV | 2-26 August (Not 8 & 13) | 15:00, 19:30

Timeless musical comedy.

Molly Wobbly’s Tit Factory – The Assembly Rooms | 1-26 August (Not 14 & 21) | 16:45

Musical comedy with big laughs, catchy songs, and leaky implants.

Othello – The Remix – Pleasance Courtyard | 1-27 August (Not 7, 14 & 21) | 13:55

Hip-hop Shakespeare fresh from sold-out run at Shakespeare’s Globe.

Peep – Pleasance Courtyard | 1-27 August (Not 17) | Various Times

3 raunchy plays in Edinburgh’s most unique new venue.

Shopping Centre by Matthew Osborn – Gilded Balloon at Third Door | 1-26 August (Not 13 & 20) | 16:30

Dark comedy a la ‘League of Gentlemen’.

Waiting For Stanley – Assembly Roxy | 2-26 August (Not 13) | 15:45

Innovative physical comedy combines clowns and puppetry, from Leela Bunce.

THRIFTY TIPS & FREE TICKETS

The Virgin Money Half Price Hut

The Scotsman – 50% off vouchers everyday

Theatre Ninjas – Free tickets iPhone app

Preview Prices – 1-3 August

2-for-1 Tickets – 6-7 August

BE CHEEKY – Ask promoters on the street

Escape – Get the bus to Leith or climb Arthur’s Seat

Rupert Dannreuther

About 

I am Joint Editor at To Do List. I like free, cheap & offbeat London, especially: cabaret, art, theatre, pop-ups, eating out, quirky films, museums, day trips, social enterprise & much more.